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The father-and-son team pushing boundaries with F1's newest locations – Autosport

Carsten Tilke grabs a piece of Las Vegas from the shelf. It’s one part of a model of the forthcoming track in the world’s gambling capital.
“You see the Bellagio?” he asks, drawing GP Racing’s attention to the miniature of one of the world’s most famous hotels, along with its 8.5-acre man-made lake and the fountains that dance to music every 15 minutes during the evening. “Here it is. And the fountains.”
The questions and concerns resulting from F1’s relentless growth plan
The wheeler-dealer moves that secured Tyrrell and Stewart’s F1 union
The “borderline” team compromise that staved off an F1 crisis
Mika Hakkinen: An F1 life in pictures
Why weather isn’t a true F1 leveller 
The relaxed home life that helps F1’s Danish superstar to deliver
The time-honoured manufacturer model that can’t apply to all F1 teams
Can Hamilton produce another Singapore magic moment?
Capito: American nationality not key to Sargeant’s F1 promotion
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Max Verstappen edged Charles Leclerc for the top spot in FP3 at Formula 1’s 2022 Grand Prix, with the Ferrari now running fresh engine parts and facing a grid drop.
Leclerc gets 10-place grid drop for US GP after engine and turbo change
Charles Leclerc will drop 10 places on the grid for the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix after Ferrari took a fresh engine and turbocharger ahead of FP3.
Rovanpera explains reasons behind “big mess” on WRC Spain startline
Kalle Rovanpera says a technical issue caused a “big mess” during Stage 14 which cost the new world rally champion valuable time in his fight for victory at Rally Spain.
The questions and concerns resulting from F1’s relentless growth plan
OPINION: Formula 1 seems determined to grow and grow and has announced a planned 24-race calendar for next season that will be its biggest ever. But is there a risk, asks MATT KEW, that too much of a good thing could end up being detrimental to the championship?
The father-and-son team pushing boundaries with F1’s newest locations
Exactly half of the 24 tracks featured on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, in one way or another, bear the fingerprints of Hermann Tilke and his company. From clean-sheet designs to modernisation of existing layouts, Tilke – now working with his son Carsten – is F1’s go-to architect. OLEG KARPOV stopped by the company’s Aachen HQ to find out what goes into creating new tracks – including next year’s hotly anticipated Las Vegas venue
The unavoidable element that all F1 drivers need to rise above
Formula 1’s biggest talents can lean heavily on their ability but, without a slice of luck, results won’t go in their favour. And Lady Luck has played her role this season in helping one driver start an F1 career – but, equally, put an early end to several drivers’ title aspirations
The 10 steps Ferrari needs to take for the Prancing Horse to be stable
Max Verstappen most likely would have won the 2022 Formula 1 world championship even without Ferrari’s blunders and miscues. The team has much to work on if it’s to mount a challenge in the years ahead
The wheeler-dealer moves that secured Tyrrell and Stewart’s F1 union
Tyrrell broke into Formula 1 with a powerful merger of Matra chassis and Ford-Cosworth engine, allied to the sublime skills of Jackie Stewart. As MAURICE HAMILTON reveals, it was a successful combination
Why Verstappen and Leclerc can bust a myth about early F1 coronations
OPINION: Having clinched the 2022 world title in Japan, Max Verstappen reckons the pressure is off heading into the final four races. But there is still plenty at stake both in terms of pride and, more significantly, potential history-in-the-making that means Red Bull’s leading man and Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc will be all guns blazing as usual this weekend in Austin
The “borderline” team compromise that staved off an F1 crisis
Formula 1’s budget cap was heralded as a radical advance, the saviour of smaller teams, and the pathway to a brighter commercial future for all. So why were so many teams so keen to either break it or negotiate a raise? As MARK GALLAGHER reveals, it’s not just about the cost of crash repairs
Mika Hakkinen: An F1 life in pictures
At the turn of the century Formula 1 became the Mika and Michael show as Mika Hakkinen claimed two world championships by going wheel-to-wheel with Michael Schumacher. Over a collection of images from his F1 career, the Flying Finn shares some cherished memories with MAURICE HAMILTON about his route to the top, annoying Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, and that overtake in Spa…
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